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1943 Goad map of Chelmsford


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GOAD maps are detailed street maps showing buildings and their uses. They are named after Charles Goad who first produced these sorts of maps for Fire Insurance companies.
This map shows the greater part of the centre of Chelmsford, but showing commercial and industrial premises only. Information given includes construction (e.g. brick, wood), use (e.g. cycle shop, warehouse), details of doors, windows, skylights, roof construction, hoists and lifts; location of fire alarm boxes, hydrants, sprinklers, steam boilers and factory chimneys.

12th Feb 2009

Geography, History

Key Stages:
Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Key Stage 4+

Chelmsford Goad map 1943 Essex Record Office 2nd world war

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